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Toy-Hauler to fit 500 pioneer

Does anyone know what small sized toy-hauler will fit the Honda pioneer 500?

I don't want to get a HUGE toy-hauler. Just something for my wife and I to get that wont break the bank.


These websites to the toy-haulers don't have dimensions listed for the cargo bays and it is really difficult to find out what the dimensions are by looking at a picture.


I was looking at that Wolf Pup toy hauler but I don't know if there is enough clearance.

Thanks!


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Does anyone know what small sized toy-hauler will fit the Honda pioneer 500?

I don't want to get a HUGE toy-hauler. Just something for my wife and I to get that wont break the bank.


These websites to the toy-haulers don't have dimensions listed for the cargo bays and it is really difficult to find out what the dimensions are by looking at a picture.


I was looking at that Wolf Pup toy hauler but I don't know if there is enough clearance.

Thanks!


Your are right, can't seem to find dimensions, the door height will be the issue so I would call them and confirm a 6' door height.

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I am surprised that the various model toyhaulers do not list the garage length. Mine did, and does. There are 10' and 12' lengths in Cyclones (Heartland). Even at that you need to go look at one and measure because some models say that have a garage that is X long and it turns out to be a few inches short of what they say. My toyhauler listed a 10' garage and it is exactly that. My 700-4 fits but with only a few inches to spare. Generally I open the screen door between the garage and the kitchen and that gives me a few more inches just to be on the safe side. The 5th wheel is 8'6" wide so width is not a problem but if you buy one with bunks be sure to measure the height available because the Pioneers are tall and you may not make it in. In my case I can unfasten the bottom bunk, load and reinstall the bunk when I get where I am going. Supposedly HappiJac lift is coming up with a bracket that will fold down and allow the bunk to fold. The main thing here is measure everything twice before you buy.
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How do you get out of the thing once you get it in there?! haha
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It can be tight at times.
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I have a 18' Carson toyhauler that fits my P500 just fine. They are out there.... What I like best is it is 1/2 ton towable.
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Thats EXACTLY WHAT I WANT.

What does one of those things cost new?
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Thats EXACTLY WHAT I WANT.

What does one of those things cost new?
14k - 16k
I got lucky and found a used one (2002) for 6K , but I had to drive 250 miles to get it.
I don't know where you are located, but their Dealers are mostly in California and the Southwest.

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